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2013 Fall TV Season: What Will Be The Second Cancellation?

October 8th, 2013 6:00pm EDT
NBC- The Voice is still doing good numbers on Monday/Tuesday. The Blacklist is winning its timeslot, and was the first show (technically) to be rewarded with a back-nine pickup. Chicago Fire is also doing solid numbers on Tuesday. Revolution needs to regain some audience members if it wants a second season. With the success of The Blacklist, and Chicago Fire doing OK, Revolution is looking to be one of NBC’s weaker points right now. I can’t see it not running the full second season, but it might not get a third. Also, Ironside is definitely going to get cancelled. The premiere was so low, a...

Maggie Lawson Gets 'Back In The Game'

October 2nd, 2013 12:15pm EDT
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Maggie Lawson is now doubly awesome. The Psych star is bringing her charm, talent and beauty to Back In The Game, the new ABC sitcom where she plays former star athlete turned single mom Terry Gannon, Jr. Maggie took some time out on Friday to give BFTV the dish on tonight's new episode and what it's like to feature on two shows, as well as what her role on Back In The Game means for the future of Juliet O'Hara on Psych.

The new job makes her the second USA Network alum to star on two shows in the same season (after Burn Notice star Coby Bell, who also played in BET's The Game), and Maggie...

'Back in the Game' Review: The characters Stand Out In Pilot Episode

September 25th, 2013 11:30am EDT
Back in the Game
The early-to-mid-90s were populated with family sports comedies about outcast children finding a team where they fit because of a nice coach. The parents were separated by simple characteristics. If a parent pushed a kid, that parent was the villain. Every other parent supported his or her child unconditionally. By the end of the movie, the villainous parent would stop being villainous and recognize his or her child beyond that child's athletic ability. These movies were set in small towns, suburban or rural. The communities were tight-knight, the families nuclear, and the single parents ac...

ABC Reveals Promising Trailers For A Dozen New Shows (Video)

May 21st, 2013 2:15pm EDT
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
During last week’s upfront presentation, Disney’s ABC network introduced a dozen new shows to their 2013-14 schedule. The network also announced plans for a Pixar special, Toy Story of Terror, as well as a reality adventure series The Quest.

The new shows for the 2013-14 season include Back in the Game, Betrayal, The Goldbergs, Killer Women, Lucky 7, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Mind Games, Mixology, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, Resurrection, Super Fun Night, and Trophy Wife.

Check out the trailers below:

Back in the Game


The Goldbergs

Killer Women


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